Happy New Year 2017 From Old Time Blues

Old Time Blues wishes a happy 2017 to all!

As 2016 comes to its close, I extend my sincerest wishes to all of you for a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2017.  Old Time Blues’ resolution for the new year is to keep the hot jazz, lowdown blues, down home old time, and other esoteric tunes flowing like fine wine, and in even greater volume!  Unfortunately, I still don’t have a suitable Guy Lombardo record prepared for this occasion, so please enjoy last year’s celebratory disc.

Also, be sure to tune in to the world famous Radio Dismuke all through New Years’ Day for the rebroadcast of the annual New Years’ Eve Broadcast!  For the first time, I have the tremendous pleasure of joining those esteemed collectors with some of the best sides from the Old Time Blues collection to add to their already impressive playlist!

R. Connor Montgomery

2 thoughts on “Happy New Year 2017 From Old Time Blues

  1. Hi Conner
    Enjoyed your presence at the Radio Dismuke New Years Eve Broadcast
    and also enjoyed your playlists of various genre’s that was listened to last night. You’re doing a fine job of presenting your record collection and spotlight on these early artists, could you please play from an original record, The Carter Family – Cannonball Blues, if you have it, it’s my favorite of theirs.
    Happy New Year and hope to listen to more from your wondrous historical site, never heard those early Gene Autry sides. Also like that you play the B -sides of your records, I always wondered what was on the actual issue of these 78 rpm’s. Thanks for that !

    • Byron,
      I am truly sorry for delaying so long in responding to you. Thank you for your kind remarks!
      I’m afraid I don’t have a copy of “Cannonball Blues” at this time (closest I’ve got is “Wabash Cannonball”), but if I should find a copy, I’ll be sure to post it. I do, however, have some more early Autry that I’ll try to post in the near future.
      Thanks for listening to the Dismuke Broadcast, and thanks for taking the time to check out Old Time Blues!
      R. Connor Montgomery.

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